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Consensus eludes panel on women’s reservation
To strike an accord, wider consultations proposed

Eager to put governance back on track: Omar
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister-designate of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah on Tuesday emphasised that the new government was eager to adopt a two-pronged approach of putting governance back on rails and heal the wounds following the Amarnath ...

Subaltern studies a challenge to historians: Irfan Habib
‘Globalisation is accompanied by immense ideological offensive’

Will be a constructive Opposition: Mehbooba
SRINAGAR: People’s Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti on Tuesday welcomed the Congress-National Conference (NC) alliance for government formation. She said her party would play the role of a constructive Opposition but would ...

Air India slashes fares on domestic sectors
NEW DELHI: Bringing cheer to air passengers on the New Year eve, Air India on Tuesday slashed its basic fares in the domestic sectors, ranging from 35-82 per cent. The cut comes into effect from Tuesday, according to an official statement ...

Amartya Sen: RBI has taken right measures
KOLKATA: Nobel laureate Amartya Sen said here on Tuesday that the counteractive measures taken by Reserve Bank of India to boost the economy in the face of the global economic meltdown were correct, and hoped that the wave of recession would ...

Commission recommends changes in Tribunals Act
NEW DELHI: The Law Commission of India has suggested an amendment to the Administrative Tribunals Act to exclude the appeal jurisdiction of High Courts against the decisions of Central and State administrative tribunals and provide for direct ...

Has LeT morphed into new outfit?
NEW DELHI: Has the Jamat-ud-Dawah (JuD), considered a front of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), morphed into a new organisation to beat the ban imposed by the United Nations Security Council Intelligence agencies believe that a mass front ...

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